Rebecca Judd hints at her conservative politics as she praises Prime Minister Scott Morrison for doing a ‘very good job’ this year – and even admits she follows him on Instagram
Rebecca Judd has hinted at her conservative politics by praising Australia Prime Minister, Scott Morrison.
Speaking on her 3pm Pick Up podcast on Monday, the 37-year-old explained that she thought he was doing ‘a very good job’ leading the country this year.
Furthermore, the AFL WAG admitted that she was such a fan of the 52-year-old that she even follows him on Instagram and was ‘influenced’ to buy products he posed with in pictures.
‘He’s done a very good job’: Rebecca Judd, 37, [pictured] has hinted at her conservative politics by praising Australia Prime Minister, Scott Morrison
Rebecca said: ‘I think he’s done a very good job this year, and I follow him on Instagram, and I’m impressed by his curry making and his chicken coup building!
‘On the weekend he posted a picture of an inflatable Santa riding a shark from Bunnings and I bought it straight away.
‘Well Tom and Darcy, my twins, are obsessed with sharks and we were talking about Christmas, and I saw that, and I’m like, done, sold!
‘Yeah, like the man holding it is like your wet dream,’ her co-hosts Monty and Yumi Stynes teased her.
‘I’m impressed by his curry making and his chicken coup building’: The AFL WAG admitted that she was such a fan of the 52-year-old that she even follows him on Instagram
‘I was sold!’ Rebecca admitted that she was ‘influenced’ to buy an inflatable Santa on a shark when Scott uploaded a picture of him posing with the purchase from Bunnings
‘No, he’s not!’ Rebecca vehemently denied.
While Rebecca sang the praises of Scott, she recently hit headline for blasting Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ strict lockdown restrictions, which are set to be eased on Wednesday.
Victoria entered harsh stage four lockdown restrictions on August 2, attracting widespread controversy.
In a since-deleted post on Instagram Stories in early September, Bec admitted she was worried Melbourne’s lockdown would be extended.
She expressed her frustration towards Andrews in the post, while simultaneously promoting a cardboard company.
‘No, he’s not!’ When Rebecca’s co-hosts Monty and Yumi Stynes teased her that Scott [pictured] was her ‘wet dream’, she vehemently denied the allegations
‘@the_little_cardboard_co perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,’ she wrote.
Bec later angered people when she shared a photo of herself wearing a ‘Free Melbourne’ T-shirt in a series of posts on Instagram Stories on Monday.
Irate fans branded the star ‘insensitive’, and claimed she hadn’t exactly been roughing it during the pandemic.
‘Imagine being so out of touch with other humans. Things are hard for small business, but they’ve mostly all handled this better than millionaire Bec Judd,’ tweeted one person.
Speaking out: This comes over a month after Bec blasted Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ strict lockdown restrictions